LogiGear Magazine – July 2013 – Agile Testing

LogiGear Magazine – July 2013 – Agile Testing

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Application development and delivery teams are under constant pressure to release quality features as quickly as possible. CIOs rate delivering applications faster, with higher quality and with strong control on application development as their key priorities. What’s more, supporting this type of agile environment is particularly complex to IT teams that are also tasked with supporting ...
Janet Gregory draws from her own experience in helping agile teams address alternative ways to cope with roadblocks including projects without clear documentation, testers with limited domain knowledge and dealing with either black box or white box testing. For testing on projects without clear documentation, is exploratory the only method? I often make “tester errors” ...
Agile stresses instant and easy communication and is built on teams working efficiently together. This necessitates an open work space environment. A characteristic of an effective team is a high level of collaboration, making the physical work environment an important factor. Cubicles should be eliminated in favor of an open work space in an effort ...
Michael Hackett sat down with FNC’s Chris Floyd to get his take on numerous Agile topics.
Agile is a philosophy focused on delivering constant value to customers incrementally and frequently, based on communication and feedback. These two ingredients are vital to a successful Agile recipe. Agile is no longer a buzzword or an unknown territory in the industry. Agile has progressed leaps and bounds the last few years and has matured to ...
Testing is often looked upon by many as an unmanageable, unpredictable, unorganized practice with little structure. It is common to hear questions or complaints from development including: What are test teams doing? Testing takes too long Testers have negative attitudes
Agile methods were developed as a response to the issues that waterfall and V-model methodologies had with defining requirements and delivering a product that turned out to be not what the end user actually wanted and needed. From www.agiletesting.com.au A software tester’s role in traditional software development methodology, a.k.a waterfall & the V-model can be ...
Distinguishing these terms from each other can be rather confusing. In an attempt to go back to the basics, Nadine Schaeffer explains in detail the benefits and the necessity of using realistic situations.
This is part 2 of a 2-part article series; part 1 was featured in the September 2020 issue of the LogiGear Magazine, and you can check it out here. Part 1 discussed the mindset required for Agile, as well as explored the various quadrants of the Agile Testing Quadrants model. Part 2 will delve into ...
Writing code that is easy to read and easy to test is difficult to achieve. The fact that poorly written code can function often leads to coding practices that are effective but not necessarily efficient. Too often, many programmers fresh out of school write code in the manner that was effective for passing their courses, but contains ...
Take our quick survey on Testing in an Agile Development Team! Agile‘s impact on software development teams is huge. For test teams it can be even more pronounced — and good, especially if your existing projects have been problematic. There are many positive things about the move to be more Agile and responsive in software ...
How to fit automated testing into scrum, and keep testers in sync with other teams One of the benefits of the approaches of agile projects is their friendliness towards testing. The testing activities, and the testers with it, are integrated into the teams, and testing and quality are redefined as team responsibilities. Automation nowadays is a must-have ...

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